Follow along as @djsundog builds a 3d printer
Hey, look who's back on @djsundog 's active projects list.
I have feet now!
Printed the template for the base but don't have any plywood that matches on hand, so we'll be keeping our eyes on the curbs for the weekend.
What's better than one side assembly?
Two! Two side assemblies! Ah ah ah!
Of course, once I had two shortened, I had enough for my first side assembly!
One whomst shortened, seven to go!
I have angle fasteners, so we may be assembling my frame this weekend - exciting times!
Update: angle fasteners are being printed.
openscad on Manjaro ARM on the Pinebook has rendered the needed angle brackets, ready to be printed for frame assembly!
Acquired: 12 x 400mm 2020 t-slot aluminum and some assorted M5 bolts, screws, and nuts.
Current status: building openscad from source on my pinebook like a rube.
Just briefly introduced my wife to #rosalind via the website.
She approves; "much more your style than an off the shelf model."
Also her: "how much? that's not bad at all."
@djsundog here, introducing a new account in the toot-lab
This is where I'll be talking about my experiences building #rosalind, a 3d printer, according to the specifications developed by @qwazix and described at https://rosalind.xyz
Feel free to follow along if you are so inclined!
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